Chinchero Airport

Chinchero Airport

Aviation

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Cusco

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Peru

Type: Aviation
Area: 40.000 m² // 430,556 sqft.
Services:
Engineering
Architecture
LEED® Certification
Description

The project is a completely new airport with an 11-gate passenger terminal, air traffic control tower, control center and complementary buildings. The estimated cost is $ 380 million (US). The overall design includes all the infrastructure and buildings for a fully functional airport. The aerodrome is made up of a runway and a parallel taxiway of 4,000 meters in length, a parking platform for aircraft with an initial capacity for 11 parking spaces and with the possibility of expanding doors and parking. The airport will have capacity for national and international aircraft. The Passenger Terminal will consist of a multilevel structure of 40,000 m2 with capacity for future door extensions. The operational capabilities of the Terminal include the segregation of national and international passengers from entry to boarding. Parking spaces on the site are initially set for a minimum of 12,500 m². The airport’s circulation road system accommodates both passenger cars and buses. With the Passenger Terminal, the Support Buildings listed below for a total built area of ​​62,000 m² are:
• Air Traffic Control Tower
• Control Center Building
• Aviation Fire Fighting and Rescue Building
• Aviation Hangar general
• Multipurpose building – Maintenance
• Substations and other airport infrastructure buildings.
Our team received initial drawings and specifications. The services provided included a detailed review of the scheduling of all buildings to meet the latest criteria and codes from the IATA, FAA and local Peruvian aviation. SUMAC was also responsible for local building code verification and component verification and LEED certification compliance for the project. In turn we develop the initial scope drawings in BIM / Revit to develop models and provide accurate quantity takeoffs (QTO) for cost evaluation. Value Engineering service was provided to develop cost saving recommendations